Santorini airport and the new port of Santorini (Athinios) are 24km away from Oia and, depending on traffic, can take around 20 to 30 minutes to reach the village.
Taxi fees are approximately €45 for private transfer or around €30 for two people in shared taxi transport with others headed in the same direction. The Post Office of Oia is the closest landmark point to the Pina Caldera Residence accessible by car.
From the port and airport it is also possible to use public buses to Fira, the capital of the island. From there, it is necessary to change onto a bus towards Oia where the line terminates.
It is also possible to rent cars on the island. Parking is available some minutes away on foot from the Pina Caldera property. Please note that no private parking space is available.
The ‘high-speed’ hydrofoil from Piraeus usually runs between early May and mid-October and takes about five hours. The usual ferry takes about 10 hours to reach Santorini Island.
Santorini is very well connected to neighbouring islands such as Mykonos, Ios, Amorgos and Folegandros as well as more remote ones including Crete and Rhodes.
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Aegean Airlines and Ryanair fly to Santorini from Athens at least once a day all year round and offer a total of more than ten flights per day during high season.
Santorini is also serviced by a number of direct flights from European cities.